Pause For Thought

Daily words of wisdom from guest contributors.

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Below are the numerous contributors who provide us with a couple of minutes of pure illumination.

Sarah Joseph

Sarah Joseph

Editor of emel, the Muslim lifestyle magazine.

Christina Rees

Christina Rees

Member of the General Synod of the Church of England, writer and broadcaster.

Baroness Julia Neuberger

Baroness Julia Neuberger

Rabbi, social reformer and member of the House of Lords.

Chris Morley

Chris Morley

Minister of Haywards Heath Methodist Church.

Father Brian D'Arcy

Father Brian D'Arcy

Passionist Priest from Ireland and presenter of Sunday Half Hour.

Revd Robert Gillion

Revd Robert Gillion

Area Dean of Chelsea and Rector of Holy Trinity Sloane Square.

Canon Roger Royle

Canon Roger Royle

Ordained in the Church of England in 1962, he served his first curacy at St Mary's, Portsea, Portsmouth.

Major Charles King

Major Charles King

Editor in Chief at the Salvation Army's International HQ.

Oliver McTernan

Oliver McTernan

Writer and specialist in conflict resolution.

Dharmachari Nagaraja

Dharmachari Nagaraja

Member of the Glasgow Buddhist Centre.

Revd Ruth Scott

Revd Ruth Scott

Anglican Priest in Richmond.

Rabbi Pete Tobias

Rabbi Pete Tobias

Of the Liberal Synagogue in Elstree.

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